SOURCE: Dream Catcher Technology

October 01, 2007 11:39 ET

Financial Sector Stock Chat Ratings Fall More Than 20%

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - October 1, 2007) - Wall Street Chatter Ratings www.wallstchatter.com has released its latest Stock Chatter Ratings with the Financial Sector Stock Chatter Ratings falling nearly 20%; however the Consumer Goods sector posted a healthy 15% gain. The financial services sector includes mortgage companies, banks and financial institutions.

The Wall Street Chatter Industry ratings are based upon chat room conversations from more than 2000 stocks organized into 10 major industry sectors. The ratings reflect the amount of online chatter about stocks in these industry sectors.

The Wall Street Chatter Ratings system is based entirely upon non-biased frequency of online conversations in public chat rooms. The data is published daily on the wallstchatter.com website as the top 10 list. Data on more than 5000 companies is available to subscribers via the Wall Street Chatter service. Subscribers can run reports and see historical data and graphs on any of the more than 5000 stocks in the database. Subscribers pay only $9.95 per month for the basic service.

See www.wallstchatter.com for today's top 10 and information how to subscribe.

Wall Street Chatter is owned by Dream Catcher Technology, a global technology, research and information services company. Wall Street Chatter is an online research firm specializing in the automated retrieval, classification, analysis and delivery of worldwide online communications statistics and data. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, Wall Street Chatter tracks millions of Internet chat rooms, web conversations and other online communications and classifies the data by more than 5000 US Stocks. The data is then rated through the company's proprietary rating system and published through an online application available to subscribers.

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